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PhD Student Devrah Arndt Receives Prestigious Lindbergh Award
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. (Sept. 20, 2011) — The Lindbergh Foundation announced today that Devrah Arndt, of the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences, in Milwaukee, Wisc. has been awarded a 2011 Lindbergh Grant in water conservation and health for her project entitled, “Evaluating the Short- and Long-term Effects of Manufactured Nanomaterials on Freshwater Ecosystems.”
UWM names founding dean of the School of Freshwater Sciences
Australian scientist David E. J. Garman, a specialist in water resources and pollution control, has been named as the founding dean of the graduate School of Freshwater Sciences at UWM.
Meet the SFS Founding Dean candidates
Meet our SFS Founding Dean finalist candidates.
Students receive Dissertation Fellowship Awards
Graduate students Marcia Silva and Dena Hammond-Weinberger have each received a 2011-2012 Dissertation Fellowship Award from the UWM Graduate School.
UWM grad student interns at World Health Organization
UWM graduate student Katie Gajeski has been awarded a prestigious WHO internship.
Prestigious Knauss Fellowship awarded to SFS student
UWM SFS student Joseph Fillingham has been awarded a 2011 Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship.
Major gift to support a new Center for Water Policy
A $2.6 million gift from Lynde Uihlein will support a new Center for Water Policy at UWM, university officials announced today.
Lake Michigan's energy gauge
UWM scientist Harvey Bootsma has been monitoring Lake Michigan’s vital signs for several years, by sampling from boats, diving, and, more recently, with equipment installed on the Lake Michigan high-speed ferry.
UWM leads inquiry into Bay health
UWM and several collaborating organizations were awarded more than $1.3 million to investigate the influence of land use and climate change on hypoxia in Lake Michigan’s Green Bay.
Biology research gets a 'math intervention'
Because new discoveries in biology increasingly involve quantitative analyses, the NSF is funding initiatives across the U.S., including one at UWM, that give undergraduates interdisciplinary exposure to math and biology.
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